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Senoia, a small town close to Atlanta, is located within Coweta County. It’s believed to have been first settled in 1860 although there are still debates as to how it got its name. However, it’s generally agreed that its name pays tribute to a local Native American tribe.

The town is one of the richest areas in Georgia and is a popular filming location. It has served as the setting for many popular films and TV shows, including Driving Miss Daisy and The Walking Dead.

The Great Outdoors

The town is close to many beautiful outdoor destinations to drive your RV rental from Senoia to. In Peachtree City is Luther Glass Park. This park features a small pond where visitors can go fishing. It also has a playground and a few walking trails.

Another option is the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge. Spanning over 35,000 acres, this wildlife refuge was created in 1939 as a way to help preserve local plants and wildlife. It’s mainly covered by pine and other hardwood trees. It’s also a popular spot for red-cockaded woodpeckers and butterflies. In addition to birdwatching, the refuge is ideal for fishing and nature photography.

Take your motorhome rental from Senoia to Sope Creek. This outdoor spot is a stream that connects to the Chattahoochee River. It’s located next to a 12-mile trail which will take hikers through a thick forest which contains the ruins of an old mill from the Civil War. It’s also home to a few ponds and various types of wildflowers.

RV Parks

RVers will discover plenty of RV parks and campgrounds to keep their Senoia travel trailer rental at. A short distance away in Atlanta is the Atlanta South RV Resort. Featuring 140 sites, this RV park offers amenities such as WiFi, sewer, electric, and water. It also has a pool campers can relax in.

Another option to park your RV at is the Pine Lakes RV Park. This pet-friendly option offers 30/50-amps and WiFi. It also has a bathhouse, camp store, and a lake for fishing.

You could also keep your RV at the Chattahoochee RV Park. Located within a thick forest, this RV park offers laundry, 30/50-amps, restrooms, and full hookups. It’s also a pet-friendly spot so bring Spot along.

Exploring the City

The town is located near many intriguing attractions to drive your camper rental from Senoia to. A quick drive away in Atlanta is the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. This museum tells of the Civil Rights Movement and various human rights movements throughout the world. It’s home to various temporary and permanent exhibits which include ones that touch on the Freedom Riders and the March on Washington. It also hosts various events, like concerts and lectures, throughout the year.

You could also take a stopover to LaGrange with your travel trailer rental from Senoia to see the Hills and Dales Estate. This historic home was built in 1916 to be the dwelling place of Fuller E. Callaway, a prominent local who made his fortune on textiles. It runs over 35 acres and offers tours of its interior. You could also take a stroll along its grounds where you’ll be able to view its pool, various gardens, and even a boxwood nursery. The estate also has numerous events during the year, including one that highlights southern cuisine.

Another place to take your RV rental is the Georgia Aquarium. The aquarium is home to over 100,000 animals which includes whale sharks, sea horses, and otters. It is dedicated to helping with conservation and includes many exhibits that show how it is doing so to save various types of wildlife and their habitats. The aquarium hosts talks throughout the year on marine topics and even has animal encounters where guests can meet certain animals. There are also a few behind-the-scenes tours available which will allow you to view how daily operations work.

For those who enjoy quirky history, visit the Tree That Owns Itself in Athens. This white oak tree is believed to have legal ownership of itself thanks to its elderly owner who was afraid it would be cut down when he died. However, the tree eventually was destroyed in the 1940s due to a windstorm and the community replanted a seedling of it to honor the former owner’s wish. While the tree can be viewed, keep in mind that it is on someone’s property so you’ll need to be careful if you want to visit it.

RV Rentals in Senoia, GA

Senoia, GA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Senoia. Outdoorsy's Senoia RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Senoia are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, and Vogel State Park.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Sope Creek Trail Marietta Georgia
Vickery Creek Trail Roswell Georgia
Stone Mountain Cherokee Loop Trail Stone Mountain Georgia
Amicacola Falls Trail Dawsonville Georgia
Sweetwater Creek Red, White, and Yellow Trails Lithia Springs Georgia
Sweetwater Creek Red Trail Lithia Springs Georgia
East Palisades Trail Atlanta Georgia
Pine Mountain Trail Cartersville Georgia
Indian Seats Trail Cumming Georgia
Kennesaw Mountain East and West Trail Loop Marietta Georgia

Nearby Campgrounds

The Silver Comet Trail

attraction Smyrna, GA
The Silver Comet Trail near Smyrna, Georgia is free of charge and a delightful place for an excursion. The trail that goes through three counties in Georgia is quiet, free of motors, and paved for easy movement. This is a favorite of hikers, horses, dog walkers, and many others. It is also wheelchair accessible. The trail is 61.5 miles long starting in Smyrna and ending at the state line with Alabama. The Silver Comet connects to the Chief Ladiga Trail at the state line. Both trails are fully paved and approximately 94.5 miles from Smyrna to Anniston, Alabama. The two trails are part of an effort by the PATH Foundation to build a network of off-road trails in and around Atlanta. This is a great place for the entire family or a group of friends to get some exercise on beautiful paths built for the residents and visitors in this area.

Fox Theatre

attraction Atlanta, GA
World class Broadway shows, musical, and dance performance can be found in this theater which was built in 1929, and inspired by Arabic architecture. In the Egyptian ballroom you will find influences from the temple of Ramses. The Ladies Lounge features a replica of the throne chair of King Tut.

Centennial Olympic Park

attraction Atlanta, GA
This is 21 acres of an urban oasis, you can relax or participate in a variety of activities and events. The park is surrounded by many of Atlanta?s major landmarks so you can rest here after sightseeing. Take a ride on the 200 foot air conditioned Ferris wheel, where you'll have spectacular views of the city.

Georgia Aquarium

attraction Atlanta, GA
The largest aquarium in the Western Hemisphere, offers many learning opportunities. You can watch the whale shark in the viewing theater or if you're adventurous enough you can even swim with them. Walk through the exhibit tunnel wand watch as the fish swim above you. Travel through different ecosystems as you visit the five galleries.

Atlanta Marietta RV Resort Park

campground Marietta, GA
Atlanta Marietta RV Resort Park is conveniently located on the southern edge of Marietta, Georgia. The location is ideal for anyone wanting to be in Marietta, Smyrna, and Atlanta. Anyone with a 2004 RV or newer is welcome. Smaller RVs will fit very nicely here, and pets are also welcome. They offer full hookups and sites are mostly level. There is a swimming pool to cool off in. Drive slow in this cozy campground, there are lots of speed bumps. The location is handy to access the walking trails at Life University, and a great spot to watch airplanes take off from Dobbins Air Force Base. Not far off I-75, you are only minutes away from White Water, Six Flags and other attractions in the Atlanta area. Marietta, Georgia has all amenities, and you are never far from groceries, shopping, restaurants, and services. Take a quiet break at this shady campground.

Sweet Water Creek RV Reserve

campground Atlanta, GA
Located on the shores of the Sweet Water Creek, the sites have a country like setting, but the park is not far from Atlanta, from your rustic stay and vibrant city attractions, you only need to drive 20 miles. Nearby attractions include Six Flags, Atlanta Zoo, and the Centennial Olympic Park. For the family RV rental trip there is a city park across the street.

Atlanta Marietta RV Resort

campground Smyrna, GA
Atlanta Marietta RV Resort near Smyrna, Georgia is a spectacular place for a camping trip. The resort is located in a magnificent resort that provides a retreat from the ordinary noise of daily life. The wooded site is a beautiful backdrop for the sites, the photos that visitors take, and gatherings with friends and family. The woods have beautiful vegetation, but they also provide the sounds of nature that are so different. The sites are level, paved and equipped with patios where guests can relax to enjoy the natural setting. This location has a great climate to sit on the patio to enjoy the surrounding beauty. The campground is outstanding, but it is also close to the vibrant city of Atlanta, amusement parks, historic sites, and so much more. Sightseeing, shopping, and night life is close to the park. Every site is equipped with 50, 30, and 20 amp electric as well as water and sewer hookups. In addition, digital cable TV service is available with 70 free channels. The office provides phone and fax service. The shower suites and the coin laundromat are clean and efficient.

Stone Mountain Park

campground Stone Mountain, GA
Voted as Georgia?s number 1 campground, you'll have the advantage of staying in the state?s most popular theme park. Each site has a fire grill, picnic table, and full hook ups. There is a calendar of events that include activities such as Ice Cream Socials, Kids Spring Fling, and Fall Harvest Special and others. You can conduct RV rallies where your group can enjoy 3,200 acres of natural beauty in the Georgia Pines. Easy access for even novice RV rental drivers this park is a perfect destination.

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